A new apartment complex will open this summer on Liverpool’s waterfront.
Inspired by New York and Liverpool’s docks’ connection to the city, The Lexington’s name is a nod to the Big Apple.
The art deco-inspired design reflects a New York feel to the development, with the new car park even featuring a metal engraving of RMS Aquitania, part of the Cunard Line that sailed on her maiden voyage from Liverpool to New York in 1914.
Highlights of The Lexington include outdoor roof terraces, work from home spaces and a 24/7 gym.
Images show state-of-the-art amenities such as panoramic views over the iconic Three Graces and the River Mersey, a private dining room, sky lounge and cinema room.
Jenna Lloyd, general manager at The Lexington said: “As a born and bred scouser, I’ve lived in Liverpool my whole life and cannot contain my excitement about opening The Lexington in the city I love.
“The team at Moda are passionate believers in the resurgence of city living after the pandemic, and more than ever, good quality rental is in high demand.
“Liverpool touches your heart, and anyone who has ever studied, lived or worked here will always be drawn back, attracted to all that city-centre living offers.”
Inside, each apartment has bespoke interiors by interior designer Naomi Cleaver.
They’re all fully furnished and complete with low-energy Samsung appliances, pervasive Wi-Fi and 50% off Sky Q packages.
However it’s the shared spaces and extras that are sure to appeal to many.
There’s a generous roof terrace with an outdoor kitchen bar area that could be used for outdoor screenings and BBQs or relaxing in the sun.
For those working from home, residents also have full access to co-working spaces and bookable meeting rooms, with coffee stations and super-fast Wi-Fi.
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Among the other features are ‘wellness sensors’ in every apartment and communal space, measuring sound, light, temperature, humidity, Co2, light and wind speed.